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Based on the background of materials science, especially the previous detailed study of Ni based single crystal superalloys, my current research topic is investigation of Ni based superalloys by X-ray diffraction, synchrotron radiation and neutron diffraction, which aims to understand the microstructural characteristics of superalloys and contribute to the alloying design.
Guest scientist, Advanced Materials Group at the Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Zentrum (MLZ), TU München
09/2012 – 07/2018
Ph.D. Thesis “Research on tendency evaluation and microscopic mechanism of the recrystallization behavior of Ni based single crystal superalloys”, Beihang University
09/2008 – 07/2012
Study of Materials Science, Beihang University
Qin, L ; Pei, YL et al., Effect of thermal stability of gamma ‘ phase on the recrystallization behaviors of Ni-based single crystal superalloys, Materials & Design, 130, 69-82 (2017).
Qin, L ; Pei, YL et al., Influence of stress and secondary orientation on the oxidation-induced dynamic recrystallization behavior of a Ni-based single crystal superalloy, JOURNAL OF ALLOYS AND COMPOUNDS, 706, 455-460 (2017).
Qin, L; Pei, YL et al., Role of volatilization of molybdenum oxides during the cyclic oxidation of high-Mo containing Ni-based single crystal superalloys, CORROSION SCIENCE, 129, 192-204 (2017).
Duan, HD; Qin, L et al., Investigations into the surface strain/stress state in a single-crystal Superalloy via XRD characterization, METALS, 8 (6), 376 (2018).
Luo, L; Ru, Y ; Qin, L et al., Effects of alloyed Aluminum and Tantalum on the topological inversion behavior of Ni-based single crystal superalloys at high temperature, ADVANCED ENGINEERING MATERIALS, 21(2), 1800793 (2018).